Commissions

Galvanising Change

Galvanising Change is an experiential audio Installation examining climate change, for one audience member at a time. It uses a wearable sensor to measure their galvanic skin responses whilst they are listening to climate justice stories – which are triggered according to the audience’s emotions.

Places of Poetry

My poem ‘My Eyes’ is in the anthology – Places of Poetry : Mapping the Nation in Verse,

What’s Eating Paradox

An Installation presented at Castlefield Gallery as part of ‘Obstructions’. Read more about this group exhibition on the

Seeds on Earth

This live art piece asks you to plant seeds: to counter climate change; bioremediate for soil pollution; and

Soil voicemails and other trans-species calls

This digital poetry piece was commissioned for the ‘Crossed Lines’ project in collaboration with the Science Museum Group project explores trans-species calling: insects leaving ‘voicemail’ messages in the soil for other insects; humans creating computer-generated whistles to telephone dolphins; and the parallel of telephone-tapping to eavesdropping by túngara frogs.

Food Justice & Digital Art Projects

An exploration of my food justice and digital art projects, presented at Sheffield Documentary Film Festival 2019

Join myself, community food expert Mama D, Rick Watson of Sheffield Climate Alliance and food researcher Professor Bhavani Shankar to explore revelations, contradictions and journeys around food, where it comes from, how it nourishes us and impacts our health.

(In)visible women at Storytelling and the Body Conference, Verona

Very excited that our Installation – (In)visible women: making more visible the woman in the body through audio-stories has

What’s Eating Our Reality

Set in an imagined future What’s Eating Our Reality is a three course meal with a difference. This intimate show explores the journey your food has taken from seed to field to table illuminating issues of food justice. Host Maya Chowdhry orchestrates the ritual of dining and uses media art to gently immerse the audience in a new reality, one in which the food they love may be in short supply.

‘In a Relationship with Coffee’ receives funds from Future’s Venture Foundation

I’m very happy to announce that I have received research and development funding for ‘Coffee Justice’ from Future’s

Diverse Actions Commission – Lancaster Arts

Really excited to announce that I have been awarded a commission and package of support to realise a new